|47||A Gustavian commode by Niclas Korp (master in Stockholm 1763-1800), late 18th century.||Senare skiva/later marble top.|
|55||A Gustavian late 18th century table by Anders Lundelius (master in Stockholm 1778-1823), not signed.||The lot has no export restriction as previously stated.|
|125||A late Baroque twin-light brass candlestick, early 18th century.||Incorrectly stated in the catalogue as a pair.|
|147||A late Gustavian porphyry urn, beginning of the 19th century.||The lid later.|
|221||An early 19th century silver-gilt 24 piece table cutlery, mark of P Zethelius and G Folcker, Sthlm 1806 and 1826.||Coat-of-arms: af Wetterstedt and De Geer af Finspong (Gustaf af Wetterstedt and Aurore De Geer - married 1811).|
|259||A RUG, an antique Anatolian prayer rug, Konya area (a Konya-Ladik), last quarter of the 19th century, ca 118,5 x 114, cm.||Some "cherook" areas.|
|263||A CARPET, Old Esfahan, ca 416 x 305 cm (+ the ends have 5,5 and 7 cm flat weave).||Ca 1 million-1,1 million knots per square meter.|
|400||Lauritz Andersen Ring, Landscape from the Meadow at Næstved. After sunset.||The lot is one of several known studies for Ring's painting "Evening. Death and the old woman". The stated litterature probably refers to one of the other studies.|
|407A||Eugène Jansson, "Morgonstämning" (Early morning, Stockholm).||Provenance:
The collection of Carl Robert Lamm, acquired directly from the artist January 15 1897 for 175 SEK; Bukowskis auktioner, auction 226, 1920, cat no 95, illustrated plate 29; Private collection, then by decent to the present owner.
"Eugène Janssons måleri", Sveriges Allmänna Konstförening Stockholm 1920, listed in the catalogue under no 62.
Svenska Slott och herresäten, Uppland 1909, Väsby, illustrated p 44.|
|445||Maurits Cornelis Escher, "The Tower of Babel" ("Turm von Babel").||Addition to the condition report: One larger brown stain (ca 4 mm) in the right margin.|
|495||Gunnar Widforss, "Från Tyrolen" (From Tyrol).||The motif is from Tyrol in Europe, NOT Yosemite Valley.|
|498||Lesser Ury, "Das Bodetal im Harz/Bodetal of the Harz mountains".||Title "Das Bodetal im Harz/Bode Valley of the Harz mountains".
The authenticity of the work is confirmed by Dr Sibylle Gross, Berlin and will come with a certificate of authenticity. The work will be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonné.|
|504||Gustave (Gustaf) Albert, The harbour in Dordrecht.||The scene depicts the harbour in Dordrecht.
Litterature: Göran Silfverstolpe, "En landskapsmålares odysse", illustrated p. 83.|
|613||A box with cover, presumably Qing dynasty (1664-1912) with Qianlong mark.||Base could be later.|
|840||A famille rose Canton ewer, Qing dynasty, 19th Century.||Restored to the base of the inside.|
|917||A blue and white dish, Qing dynasty, Kangxi (1662-1722).||restorations to rim|
|943||A large blue and white dish, Qing dynasty, 18th Century.||crack to rim.|
|1008||A brooch/pendant in 18K white gold set with old- and eight-cut diamonds.||Possibly WA Bolin|